Perhaps you go to a more conservative or orthodox synangogue. Perhaps your daughter goes to a Jewish preschool that prefers their Purim to be purimy...not halloweeney. Maybe you want your daughter to be Queen Esther, not dressed like Queen Elsa. If that's true, then here is the answer for you- the Peasant Dress. Easy to make, minimal or no sewing required. In fact I have personally made two of these dresses inside of one evening after the kiddos went to bed. I believe that you can to!
The first thing we need to know is what's a peasant dress. It's a super simple dress not that far from the pillowcase dress. It has a gathered neckline and gathered sleeves, meaning that you make it out of basically a square and then use some elastic to make the neckline fit.
Here are some images of the ones I made for my kiddos. The bright yellow tie and purple tie on the front is literally a shoelace from her lacing card kit. In these cases I made these out of super simple fabric that was around, literally out of sheets. Then I had them put over little vests that I made two.
Here are a few excellent tutorials on how to make them. Since such great tutorials exist, I don't really think I need to write out another one.
Tutorial Number 1: Scattered Thoughts of a Crafty Mom
Tutorial Number 2: Once Upon a Sewing Machine
Tutorial Number 3: Sew like my Mom
For all of these tutorials you can easily use Iron seam tape. Just make sure you buy the really good stuff that's totally permanent and spend a long time with the iron. I also suggest that you take a blouse or a non-cotton shirt that is large on your child and use that as a base. It can sometimes be much simpler than printing out the pattern. You aren't making a dress forever, it's just for a day of fun. If you want to make a super simple bodice, just use that hem tape to add a fancy ribbon. You could even just tie it around the waist. Here's a quick tutorial for a vest:
Tutorial Number 1- 8: All Free Sewing
Tutorial Number 9: One Moms Daily Drama
If you aren't up for making the vest just pair the Peasant dress with a skirt and an apron. YOU CAN DO IT MAMA!
Top Photo: Stitched By Sara